Targeted Case Management
What Is Targeted Case Management?
OCP's mental health targeted case management services provide goal-oriented and individualized support to children birth through 17 years old.
The purpose of our mental health targeted case management services is to assist children in gaining access to needed medical, social, educational, and other services. All of OCP's targeted case managers are trained to conduct a thorough assessment that includes a child’s emotional, social, behavioral, and developmental functioning within the home, school, work, and community. Based on the client’s assessment, our targeted case manager will develop an Individualized Service Plan, link each client with other community providers or resources, and monitor the goals set forth in the child’s Individuated Service Plan.
Our Targeted Case Managers (TCM's) are community advocates who identify individual strengths and needs, the help to develop a plan to address those needs. The goal of our Targeted Case Managers is to provide help for youth and adults whose natural support system or dependency case management ends. TCM's help determine the appropriate services available in the community. They actively assist their clients to obtain those benefits then help them to maintain the services.
Who Benefits From Targeted Case Management?
- The person/family has a mental health disability and needs someone to help them coordinate and maintain services to ensure they keep/better their living conditions.
- The person/family needs help with learning to be independent in their education, employment and social environments.
- If he/she needs a support system in order to access needed medical and social benefits of their choice.
BATTERERS INTERVENTION PROGRAM NOW AVAILABLE
Ocala Consulting & Prevention provides a wide range of Outpatient Psychotherapy services to help people of all ages to identify and modify behaviors, learn communication skills, develop positive coping mechanisms, find support structures, and seek healthy outlets for expressing feelings.
The experienced outpatient therapists at Ocala Consulting & Prevention have designed programs for differing needs at various stages of life. Using state-of-the-art therapeutic approaches, we can help address personal issues, such as Emotional/Mental Health Issues, chemical addiction and abuse, family issues and anger management.
Outpatient Mental Health Services
Intensive Outpatient Program
Adolescent Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)
Youth Matters Group (Children of Divorced Parents)
Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services (PSR)
PSR Services or Psychosocial Rehabilitative Interventions include services such as behavioral management and counseling, conflict and anger management, interpersonal skills, collateral interventions with schools and social service systems, parent and family training and counseling, community transition and integration, and self-management. In most cases this service is offered in a 1:1, home or community setting. The number of service hours rendered weekly varies according to need. PSR Services are provided in English and Spanish based on the client's preference.
PSR recipients may:
Learn the dynamics between actions and consequences
Learn interpersonal –social boundaries and gain confidence in their interpersonal-social skills
Learn problem identification and resolution
Learn effective communication skills
Learn culturally relevant moral guidelines and judgment
Learn healthy strategies
Learn self-trust, self-confidence, and/or self-reliance
Learn how to set and achieve observable specific, measurable achievable, realistic and time limited life goals
Admission Criteria: At least one parent or a legal guardian (in the case of legal minors) with whom the recipient is living must be willing to participate in home and community base services. The recipient must have substantial deficiencies in any combination of the following criteria:
Problem Identification and Resolution
Identity and Emotional Intimacy
Dealing with Anxiety
Establishing Realistic Life Goals
Sense of Humor
or have a mental health diagnosis
We Offer a Range of Outpatient Psychotherapy Services
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Ocala Consulting & Prevention specializes helping with depression. If you have depression, you will experience a low mood for a long period of time. Unlike the occasional bout of feeling sad, it will affect your daily life and make it hard for you to find enjoyment in day-to-day activities. Some days you may find it impossible to get out of bed, while other days you may feel more able to hide it and carry out normal daily tasks.
How does it feel?
If you have depression, you are likely to have at least five of the following depression symptoms:
You may feel:
- like life isn’t worth living
- constantly anxious, tearful and worried
- like you can’t concentrate
- irritable and intolerant of others
- you are not getting enough enjoyment out of life
- you have a lack of self-esteem
- you have excessive and inappropriate guilt
- you have no motivation or interest in things you used to enjoy
You may experience:
- changes in sleeping patterns - broken nights or oversleeping
- changes in eating patterns - loss of appetite or overeating
- tiredness and a loss of energy
- persistent headaches and/or stomach upsets
- chronic pain
- a slower speaking pattern than usual
- loss of libido
- changes to your menstrual cycle
You may also:
- neglect hobbies and interests
- isolate yourself from friends and family
- take part in fewer social activities
- notice your productivity falling at work
NOTICE OF PRIVACY PRACTICES
OUR COMMITMENT TO YOUR PRIVACY
Our practice is dedicated to maintaining the privacy of your Protected Health Information (PHI). In conducting our business, we will create records regarding you and the treatment and services we provide to you. We are required by law to maintain the confidentiality of health information that identifies you. We also are required by law to provide you with this notice of our legal duties and the privacy practices that we maintain in our practice concerning your PHI. By federal and state law, we must follow the terms of the Notice of privacy Practices that we have in effect at the time. We must provide you with the following important information. How we may use and disclose your PHI, your privacy rights to your PHI and Our obligations concerning the use and disclosure of your PHI. The terms of this notice apply to all records containing your PHI that are created or retained by our practice. We reserve the right to change or amend this Notice of Privacy practices. Any change or amendment to this notice will be effective for all of your records that our practice has created or maintained in the past, and for any of your records that we may create or maintain in the future. Our practice will post a copy of our current Notice in our office in a prominent location at all times.
WE MAY USE AND DISCLOSE YOUR PROTECTED HEALTH INFORMATION (PHI) IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS
The following categories describe the different ways in which we may use and disclose your PHI. Treatment. Our practice may use your PHI to treat you. We may also disclose PHI about you for the treatment activities of another healthcare provider. Payment. Our practice may use and disclose your PHI in order to bill and collect payment for the services you may receive from us. Healthcare Operations. Our practice may use and disclose your PHI to operate our business.as examples of the ways in which we may use and disclose your information for our operations, our practice may use your PHI to evaluate the quality of care you received from us, or to conduct cost-management and business planning activities for our practice. Appointment Reminders. Our practice may use and disclose your PHI to contact you and remind you of an appointment or to provide information about treatment alternatives or other health benefits and services that may be of interest to you. Release of Information to Family/Friends. In certain situations, our practice may release your PHI to a family member or close personal friend that is involved in your care or payment for your care.
USE AND DISCLOSURE OF YOUR PHI IN CERTAIN SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES WITHOUT YOUR AUTHORIZATION
The following categories describe special situations in which we may use or disclose your PHI without your authorization, or opportunity to agree or object: Public Health Risks. Our practice may disclose your PHI to public health authorities that are authorized by law to collect information, including: maintaining vital records, such as births and deaths, reporting child abuse, neglect or domestic violence, preventing or controlling disease, injury or disability , notifying a person regarding potential exposure to a communicable disease ,notifying a person regarding a potential risk for spreading or contracting a disease or, condition, reporting reactions to drugs or problems with products or devices regulated by the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA), notifying individuals if a product or device they may be using has been recalled
Notifying your employer under limited circumstances to workplace injury/illness or medical surveillance information. Law Enforcement. We may release PHI if asked to do so by a law enforcement official: Regarding a crime victim in certain situations, if we are unable to obtain the person’s agreement Concerning a death we believe has resulted from criminal conduct Regarding criminal conduct at our offices In response to a warrant, summons, court order, subpoena or similar legal process To identify/locate a suspect, material witness, fugitive or missing person In an emergency, to report a crime (including the location or victim(s) of the crime, or the description, identity or location of the perpetrator). Serious Threats to Health or Safety. Our practice may use and disclose your PHI when necessary to reduce or prevent a serious threat to your health and safety or the health and safety of another individual or the public. Under these circumstances, we will only make disclosures to a person or organization able to help prevent the threat. Military. Our practice may disclose your PHI if you are a member of U.S. or foreign military forces (including veterans) and if required by the appropriate authorities.
If you have any questions regarding this notice or our health information privacy policies, please contact: Ocala Consulting & Prevention, LLC Jackie Gibson, CEO 2100 SE 17TH Street, Suite 701 Ocala, FL 34471-4171 (352) 622-4488.
Ocala Consulting & Prevention does not provide disability letters, companion pet letters, or letters regarding your ability to work, or any letters that would inform providers of your mental health history. You must discuss these needs with your medical or primary care provider. If a letter is required attesting the client’s needs the therapist will provide it for a fee. Letters are only provided to clients who have been seen for 8 sessions or longer.
Clients are discouraged from having the therapist subpoenaed. Though the clients attorney, who initiates the subpoena request is responsible for the court appearance and testimony fees, it does not mean that the therapist's testimony will be solely in in the client's favor. The Therapist will only testify their professional opinion and to the facts of the case.
If there is any actions by OCP in a court setting there are fees associated with this service. Please speak to the financial department to discuss.
Ocala Consulting & Prevention Services
Adult, Adolescent and child psychotherapy
- Anger Management
- C0-occuring Disorders
- Family Counseling
- Marital Counseling
- Substance Abuse Counseling
- Substance Abuse Education
- Adolescent Group Therapy
- PTSD/Trauma/Sexual Abuse
- Case Management/Referral Services
- Substance Abuse Assessments
- Continuing Care & Aftercare Services
- Drug Screening